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Nzelu and Johnson Crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen and King
Zan Johnson and Chimdera Nzelu were crowned as the 2019 Homecoming king and queen at the 2019 Homecoming Pep Rally hosted at the Greek Theatre last Friday.
Nurses Say Flexibility of New U of A Online Program Is Pivotal to Earning a Bachelor's Degree
Nearly 50 students — licensed practical nurses — from across Arkansas and beyond enrolled in the inaugural class to pursue a bachelor's degree in nursing through online instruction.
U of A Nursing Students Help Deliver Babies, Care for Stroke Victims in High-Tech Simulation Lab
Nursing students receive immersive training through a simulation lab in which "patients" are able to mimick symptoms and vital signs that might arise in real practice.
First-Year Nursing Students Attend 'Road Maps to Student Success' Event
BJ Garrett, a nursing instructor, shared the advice at a "Road Maps to Student Success" event which covered mindfulness training, healthy food choices, and helpful study skills.
Nursing Career Fair
The Career Development Center in collaboration with the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing will host the Nursing Career Fair from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Epley Center for Health Professions.
U of A School of Nursing to Set Up 'Tiny Tusks' Breastfeeding Support Tent at Home Football Games
This service is made possible thanks to a grant from the Women's Giving Circle.
Successful Collaboration at the Epley Center for Health Professions
Graduate students in the communication sciences and disorders program utilized the nursing simulation labs for application-based assignments.
As Nurse Practitioners Fill the Gap, Patients Say They're More Than Satisfied with Care
New research study suggests that patients are just as satisfied - or even happier -- with care from nurse practitioners compared with doctors.
COEHP Nursing Instructor Marilou Shreve Selected to Participate in Innovation Bootcamp
Marilou Shreve, a nursing instructor, was recently selected by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing to participate in the 2019 AACN-Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp.
U of A Nursing Student Wendy Hart Gives Heart Patients a Helping Hand
Wendy Hart, a student in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, recently used a $500 grant to purchase equipment for patients with heart failure issues.